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has partnered with carol kane, bob dylan, and burt bacharach. -- she has partnered with carol king. hasn't know what nikki jean planned for her second cd but here is the lineup on her second debut. carlys lamont dozier, simon, bob dylan, to name a few. >> good to be here. tavis: it is amazing to me to sit across from someone you have seen and heard, read about, collaborated with everyone. you have been on tour with a bunch of artist we all know from lupe to kanye. when you are working with that many artists, what is the process for getting your own project out and how patient do you have to be? >> i have had to be very patient. the challenge for me was after my initial success with lupe fiasco. i was interested in doing an r&b record. i probably could have gotten that moving pretty fast but i had always been a songwriter. i wanted to do something really true to who i am in my musical love and identity and that took longer. luckily, the idea to work with all these people came along and allowed me to fill that vision. >> how does one end up on an album with bob dylan, burt bacharach,
! woo! those who are lucky enough to be rescued are given to carol cruise. you've got bite marks all over here. you've got the scars to prove what you do. >> these are the banls of courage that i wear. >> do visitors ever get chomped by monkeys? >> on occasion if they don't do what i tell them to do. >> reporter: 15 years ago, she sold everything she had, packed her bags and left san francisco and moved to costa rica. >> got a cookie wookie. cruz runs the sanctuary which is a wildlife rescue center that borders a national park. what makes her rescue center unique, it's the only one i've ever seen where the people live in cages and animals roam free, but freedom means the crew and i are at the mercy of the monkeys. meet sweetie. when she was just 4 days old, poachers shot her mother for meat, ripping sweetie off her dead mother's back, throwing her into the forest leaving her to die. and because of her past, sweetie is not so sweet. cruz says she especially dislikes men. >> she definitely rules. every time we enter the kiln, we have to run. ♪ >> humans live in cages. monkeys run fre
! >>> welcome back. carol fleming is back and a san francisco based communication consultant who also volunteers her talent and time at the common wealth club. she has organized a summer series now underway in san francisco called india now. carol fleming, welcome back. >> thank you, i'm happy to be here. >> nice to have you here and india? interesting topic. interesting choice. why? why did you choose it. >> there are so many reasons to choose india and to now. first of all i'm embarrassed to talk about india because there are so many indias to say any one thing is very true for one portion and very untrue for another portion. so it's an incredibly rich and colorful country with a huge history and a very exciting future which is just now really becoming evident to the world. >> you say also this country of contradictions and contrasts and i'm assuming because most of us think of india we think of poverty. we think of a lot of poverty but a lot of very smart, high- tech people that are doing the jobs over there when you call up you get somebody over there and not necessarily just to help you and
. today's question, should president obama forget congress and raise the debt limit on his own? carol costello, good to see you. >> good to see you. welcome back. >> thanks. amazing what a week can do for you. >> yeah. amazing what a week cannot do for washington. no debt ceiling deal. so, please. allow me to be crass. the popular topic on twitter this weekend was, fu, washington. i doubt you're shocked. after countless meetings between the president and lawmakers, half a dozen plans, there is still no debt ceiling deal. bottom line, house speaker john boehner says if a deal is not in place by wednesday the country will go into default. something that could cause interest rates to shoot up and stock prices to plummet. so if there is no deal by wednesday what should president obama do? bill clinton says he ought to invoke the 14th amendment. clinton says the 14th amendment gives the president the authority to raise the debt ceiling without congressional approval. president obama is actually thinking about it. >> i have talked to my lawyers. they don't -- they do not -- they are not per
of the day. carol costello in washington with today's question, should politicians participate in religious events? >> that's a good question. the country, fredricka, is drowning in debt. jobs are m.i.a. lawmakers are too paralyzed by partisanship to help much. so why not pray? at a stadium in houston next month, texas governor rick perry plans to lead a day of prayer at an event dubbed "the response." >> with the economy in trouble, communities in crisis and people adrift in a sea of moral relativism, we need god's help. that's why i'm calling on americans to pray and fast like jesus did. and as god called the israelites to do in the book of joel. >> now, the event is sponsored by the american family association. a conservative christian organization. and that's got some folks in texas mighty upset. they say a texas governor should not be involved in a religious revival because it blurs the separation between church and state. thing is, that line is blurred plenty. every year the president of the united states speaks at the national prayer breakfast in washington, d.c. and guess what? he t
strongly and mentoring and access to capital. finally, the panelists who will follow me is carol sue haney. she is at harris interactive. carol manages qualitative and quantitative research in the public sector as well as providing thought leadership in the social media and research base. harris interactive is one of the largest market research firms and carol will kickoff our panel by giving a short presentation on the result of our poll. as i said, the sec that poll that we did of a last two quarters. we surveyed 1400 small businesses are around the country to check their pulse. compared to the first quarter, i'll give you a top line on this, there is a high degree of uncertainty. there is a strong belief that the american economy is on the wrong track. but when i began this conversation, these are optimists to their court. carol will allow for some interesting observations. with that, carol. >> i know what you did a survey. this was the second quarter at the end of june, so this is hot off the presses. we did this study on behalf of the national chamber of commerce. this survey is quart
to follow me is carol haney. carol is vice president president for public affairs and policy at harris interactive. carol manages qualitative and quantitative research in the public sector as well as providing thought leadership in the social media and research space. harris interactive is one of the largest market research firms, and carol is going to kick off our panel by giving a short presentation on the results of our poll. as i said, the second poll that we did over the last two quarters, in that poll we surveyed 1400 small businesses around the country to check on their polls. compared to the first quarter, i'll give you a top line on this. there is a high degree of uncertainty. there is a strong belief that the american economy is on the wrong track, but to the point that i made when i began this conversation, these are optimists to their core. and i think carol will allow for some real interesting observations. and so with that, carol. >> hello, everyone. and carol haney from harris interactive and i'm going to walk and follow the recent results from the small business survey.
. you are a little biscuit. i'm carol. uh, we should skedaddle 'cause it's girls' night. so...okay. oh, wow. you got a skinny-dipping scene after the duel, right? well, i -- shh, shh, shh. show. don't tell. [ male announcer ] your favorite movies right when you want them. just a little -- okay. oh, wow. [ male announcer ] watch unlimited tv episodes and movies instantly through your game console or other devices, all for only 8 bucks a month from netflix. [ carol ] this could turn me into a history buff. all for only 8 bucks a month from netflix. the eagle flies at dawn. the monkey eats custard. price-line ne-go-ti-a-tor. so, you've been double crossed by other travel sites and now you want to try the real deal. yes, is it true that name your own price... ...got even easier? affirmative. we'll show you other people's winning hotel bids. so i'll know how much to bid... ...and save up to 60% i'm in i know the lady in leather travels on three wheels. wait, is that code? that's my secret weapon... ...naomi pryce see winning hotel bids now at priceline. [cheers and applause] >> jon: that's
congress to do about the debt limit? carol costello is joining us from washington. carol, i bet you're going to get a lot of folks weighing in on this one. >> i urge all of our facebook friends to keep it clean. that's my only request today. what is happening in washington is political gamesmanship at its worse. it's ugly and more than a little scary. the united states has never gone into default because past administrations and lawmakers have compromised. cnn contributor john avalon says lawmakers have raised the debt ceiling 77 times including 8 tooils times under ronald reagan and back in the day politicians weren't quite so macho. many insist on standing on principal even though most americans stand on the side of good old fashioned compromise. two-thirds of americans want the president and republicans to compromise, rather than stand up for their beliefs to get things done. wow. a break from part is anship. perhaps the happiest outcome of the president's speech last night was when he urged you to contact your congressmen and you did. lawmaker's websites were crashing all over d
our programming any time at c- span.org. >> this week, carol highsmith takes us on a tour of america with her photo collections, then shares her photos of the jefferson building, which will appear in "the library of congress." >> carol highsmith, when did you become interesting in becoming a photographer? >> i was in the broadcasting field. actually, it was a mess and a state of disarray. i asked if i could go there on the weekend and take some photographs. i thought that this would be fascinating. it was just me and the security guard. >> what year is this? >> 1980. it was a couple of years and this was fascinating. this was just enchanting and hard to believe that one block from the white house, we had ever let this hotel go into disarray. i was there, learning about the photography, and then, they said that they did not have any of the drawings. i am using 20 photographs from francis benjamin johnston, who went there in 1901 and took some photographs. would you like to see them at the library of congress? and i said this would be fascinating. i thought, these are wonderful and thi
of the oldest websites of its kind on line. i would like to introduce you to carol jenkins, author of black titans and making of a black american millionaire. a writer and producer and an emmy award winning former w. nbc-tv television anchor and correspondent and founding president of the women's media center. she is executive producer of the pbs documentary what i want my words to do to you which won the freedom of expression award at the sundance film festival in 2003. carol jenkins enjoys an award winning tenure in several new york city news department including 23 years that w. nbc tv where she coanchored the 6:30 p.m. newscast. she was most identified with reporting of national political stories including from the floor of the democratic and republican national convention that yielded president carter, reagan, bush and clinton. give a round of applause to carol jenkins. [applause] >> next up we have dr. julianne malveaux, author of surviving and thriving 365 black economic history. she is the fifteenth president of college for women leaders' unrecognized for progressive observation. sh
-kahn case, what does it say about our legal system. carol costello, hi. >> i know most of americans are feasting on the casey anthony trial, but maybe we should turn our attention to new york, to a sexual assault case that is as ugly as it gets, if you are talking about justice, that is. the head of the international monetary fund is arrested on charges of assaulting a hotel maid. the story resinates a rich powerful man attacking a woman with no power, an accusation so awful even without a conviction, the powerful man, dominique strauss-kahn resigns from the imf, his dream of becoming france's next president, likely over. the alleged victim? the new york times reporter were moved to tears by her story. there is dna and bruising to prove it was not consensual. and then the leaks begin. after two days when she said she was attacked, then she told a boyfriend she is fine, and this person is rich and money is to be made. should it matter? again, it depends on your perspective. >> now, it's a fact that the victim here made some mistakes, but that doesn't mean she's not a rape victim. >>
, it's estimated almost a million people came to witness the end with "atlantis." carol costello was there for the launch with the crowds. carol, you help us, did it feel -- it's empty there now, people have cleared out but did it feel like a million people were there earlier today? >> reporter: t.j., it did feel like a million people were here. it was amazing. . i'll tell you what million people are doing now, they're driving. take a look at route 528. that's everybody returning from cape canaveral back to their hotels, back to their airports to go home for the day. but i am tell you, t.j., just to be here, and this alongside of the road, 528, look that way, you can see the water and clear over there in the distance, that was where the space shuttle took off from. the very moment it did, actually we have video to show you of the very moment it took off, people were chanting" usa, usa" cheering. it brought a tear to your eye. look. >> and lift-off! >> usa! >> look at it! >> reporter: t.j., you had to admit that was pretty darn cool and emotional. two people are left on this littl
to the debt ceiling, what is the solution to the political stalemate? facebook.com/carol cnn, facebook.com/carol cnn. i'll read some of your comments later this hour. >> that's the trillion dollar question. thanks so much. we'll check back with you. >>> here's a rundown of the stories we're covering right now. britain's prime minister goes toe to toe with parliament over the hacking scandal and the big fat truth about your favorite guilty pleasures and restaurant calorie counts. then a republican senator in the gang of six talks compromise and civility. how his group found common ground in the debt ceiling talks. >>> and later, does the death of borders bookstore signal the beginning of the end for all bookstores? these owners don't think so. >> our customers go way back as far as they've grown up in the store when they were children, hair mother brought them in, and then they come back and bring their children. and it's sort of family-like. ♪ ♪ ♪ look at that car, well, it goes fast ♪ ♪ givin' my dad a heart attack ♪ [ friend ] that is so awesome. ♪ i love my car [ engine revving
county, you're still under a flash flood warning until 6:30 as is carol and as is washington county. speaking of frederick county, storms move through there early this afternoon and look how quickly the water piled up. this is through downtown frederick and that is fairly deep. i mean that is a river running through. you can see here another picture sent in. my weather photo. it's obviously maybe 3, 4 inches of rain right there in that parking lot that accumulated and this is iphone video that we just received in frederick county. the frederick county area, definitely flash flooding through the streets of town there and this is a good opportunity to remind you, do not drive through the streets as they fill up with water because it can be dangerous and it can be dangerous in a hurry and sometimes you just can't tell how deep the water is. so let's be safe. i would encourage you to safely, if you want to take some pictures of some flooding, you can send them to us. you can post them on the website. we'll put them on the air and everybody will be there to view. again to recap, severe t
time. >> welcome back. carol swain is a professor of political science and law. sean sat down with her to talk to her about her new book. >> sean: joining us dr. carol swain. good to see you. >> great to be here. >> great honor to blush the book for you. i read the book. i didn't know you were a teenaged mother? >> yes. >> sean: and a high school drop-out. >> yes. >> sean: i didn't know any of these things. >> by the grace of god. >> sean: now you are a big professor. great story. you never viewed yourself as being disadvantaged because of race or sex or social class. >> no, actually i was in graduate school before i realized that i was oppressed and that someone from my background wasn't supposed to be able to do any of the things that i accomplished. i learned it in graduate school. as a black woman born in poverty. when i look back at it now i don't know if i would have attempted the things that i did if i had known that all the odds were me. for whatever reason it was if i had blinders on, i want aware that i was so disadvantaged. >> sean: is it because of your experience you weren
either. he traced it to a woman named carol at an address in san francisco. he wrote her a letter saying he had her private information, but he never heard back. now rick worried someone else might have his information too. so he marched down to walgreens and reported the mix-up. the manager promised the corporate office would correct the mistake. >> i have been waiting over two months and haven't heard anything back yet, so that's why i contacted abc 7 on your side. >> we checked it out and found carol's information was still showing up here in rick's account. and that's two months later. we called the number listed on the account. sure enough, carol picked up. she was surprised about the mix-up. >> i don't feel horribly threatened or anything because i don't care that much personally, but just the idea. a lot of people really would care, and it's wrong. it's wrong. >> we also contacted walgreens and the company took this very seriously. it tracked down the problem and a few days later rick opened his account again. >> wow, they fixed it. >> walgreens said we are sorry this occurred an
watching the weather as well. brooke baldwin and carol costello are still there. brooke, all systems go? >> so far all systems are go. i do see some blue skies sort of through the clouds here. that is a good sign if the hatch is closing. so far 11:16 a.m. eastern standard time we should see this 135th and final launch of the space shuttle. qibly. the last major hurdle crossed was 1:30 this morning. we know the fuel tank is full and we have seen the pictures of the crew of four of the "atlantis" sitting nose up so that is also a good sign. finally, the last time i'm told we really need to watch is the nine-mip mark on the countdown clock. the final hold. it lasts for about half an hour and when the crews get in there and ultimately decide to go, no-go decision. that is the latest in terms of the launch. quickly i'm here at the visitor complex. you see the mock-up of the shuttle behind me. we are hoping to see the shpace shuttle "atlantis" go up and it return to kennedy space center. anyone around the world in 2013 can take a look at the real deal two years right here. hoping tourists con
the closest thing was egypt and everything was carol. so it became the treasury of their rope. but in reality, it is a tune- temple for the royal dynasty of the nabateans. there was a massive central staircase that started from here to the entrance. it would have also been painted in bright colors. it would have had a coating of went pastor -- white plaster. >> household might this be? >> it was finished in the last 25 years of the first century. >> the architecture seems -- was a greek or roman? >> it is what we call hellenistic. the closest parallel is the architecture from alexandria. the iconography is very great. gregory egyptian. the symbol you see is the crown of isis. the figure on the central round portion, that is iolsis, hding a cornucopia. on each side of ours, dancing figures, and a winged figure. lower dow o we have a medusa or goddess face surrounded by vegetation. on each side of that, winged lions facing out. images of the abundance. you notice all the bases were chiseled away. that would unintentionally. we do not know if that was done by the nabateans, if it was done by the
traced it to a woman named carol at an address in san francisco. he wrote her a letter saying he had her private information but he never heard back. now, rick worried someone else might have his information, too. so he marched down to wall greens and reported the mix up. theman manager promised corporate offices would correct this mistake. >> very been waiting over two months. i haven't heard back from them, yet. that is why i contacted abc 7 on your side. >> we checked it out and found the information was showing up here in rick's account. that is two months later. we called the number on the account. carol picked up. she was surprised about the mix up. >> i don't feel horribly threatened or anything. because i don't care that much personally but just the idea a lot of people would care and it's wrong. it's wrong. >> we contacted walgreens and the company took this very seriously. it's tracked down the problem and days later rick opened an account again. >> wow. they fixed it walgreens said we're sorry this occurred and have apologized to patients taking security very seriously. and th
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